I let my friend borrow my psp. when i let him borrow it, it was brand new. i got it back and the power switch is missing. he said something about cutting something in the batter and making it un recognizable. he said that would automatically turn on everytime i put the battery in.
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It sounds like there is an issue with the contact that powers the laser. If this is the case there is nothing you can really do about it except for get a new console. Any repair you try and do would cost about as much as a brand new console. Sorry I couldn't give you better news.
Solution 1: Try to borrow from your friend psp charger and charge it if charging. this maybe the problem.
Solution 2. Try to borrow replace the battery if it will charge. This may be the problem.
Otherwise the problem would be the psp unit itself that you are using while at battery charging. Hence your are playing and moving, you have tendency to damage the charging port of your psp. This maybe the problem and need replacement of parts.
The battery is dead need to purchase new battery or the battery is not accepting charge when you plug in your power cord. If you can borrow your friend's battery to check your psp. If still the same, the problem would be the motherboard itself and need for replacement or repair.
Probably, either the battery or the charger is busted. Try borrowing a friend's PSP charger and plug it in. The power led of the PSP should turn orange when charging. If it still does not charge, you might need to replace the battery.
Hi, firstly i would take out the battery and clean the brass connectors with a moist wipe and dry it afterwards, do the same with the connectors on the PSP, put it all back together and see if that works. Otherwise i think your battery has died completely, so if you have a friend with a working PSP you could borrow his battery to comfirm. A new battery can be bought on ebay for a few ££
You can buy a power switch circuit board replacement part off of ebay for under $5 (typically shipped from China). Buying the circuit board is easier than buying only the switch, since it avoids having to do any soldering. The power switch board can easily be swapped out and a new one reattached by connecting a few connectors.